The Cabinet and parliamentary secretaries

The cabinet and parliamentary secretaries are as follows: Premier: John Horgan Advanced Education, Skills and Training: Anne Kang Parliamentary Secretary for Skills Training: Andrew Mercier Agriculture and Food: Lana Popham Attorney General (and Minister Responsible For Housing): David Eby Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism Initiatives: …

Budget 2022 moves us forward together to build a StrongerBC

February 22, 2022 (Translations: French, Traditional Chinese繁體中文, Simplified Chinese簡體中文, Punjabi, read HERE )   Budget 2022 reflects the choices government is making that are needed to build a stronger B.C. and make life better for people, by investing in B.C.’s economic, …

Service BC – Programs and Services

For Service BC – Programs and Services, visit HERE To add your voice to the Government of British Columbia’s citizen engagement activities, visit HERE ======================================================================== February 01, 2021  (Service BC welcome Health Insurance BC to provincial contact centre) As part of …

Construction begins on redeveloped Burnaby Hospital

May 30,  2022 People in one of the fastest-growing communities in B.C. are one step closer to expanded patient care as construction begins on the redevelopment of Burnaby Hospital. “Everybody deserves access to quality public health care that’s delivered close to …

BC Cancer launches lung-screening program

May 25, 2022 BC Cancer has launched a provincewide lung cancer screening program, providing access to eligible high-risk people at 36 sites throughout the province. “BC Cancer’s clinicians and researchers are leading Canada with the launch of this innovative program …

Investing in stronger surgical care

May 17, 2022 People needing surgery at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) will have increased access to care as the provincial government has approved the business plan for the second phase of expansion, adding 13 new operating rooms (ORs) and 39 new …

Helping more British Columbians visit the dentist

May 04, 2022   The Province is helping more British Columbians with low incomes receive much-needed dental care. Not-for-profit clinics will receive $2.8 million in new support over the next three years to ensure they can continue providing life-changing dental care …